Looking to give Android look of your HTC HD2 but do not know how? or Where to start. Read to know that how can be Android served easily on your device with just about 600MB of free SD card space!
So after a lot of complications, the basic working version of Android 2.1 has now been moved to HD2. Keep in mind that some features do not work, but that they are working on updates as we speak (Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates). For those who are tired of flashing on different operating systems for their equipment, do not be afraid for the Android port does not actually replace the current operating system on your HD2. Instead, they run through a program called Haret so if you soft reset the phone (press the little red button under the battery cover with a pen), you are quickly back to the original operating system Windows Mobile. I thought there’s much talking about it. Now, come to the point that is How to get it:
How to Run Android on Your HTC HD2:
- Download an Android ROM for HTC HD2 and extract it to your computer.
- Connect your phone via USB cable and transfer files in to it.
- Copy the Android folder to the root of your SD card (not inside other folders, just on SD card itself) in your phone.
- Unplug the phone.
- Restart the phone.
- When you restart your phone you need to make the rest of the steps within 30 seconds of the restart.
- Go to File Explorer on your phone and then find the file you just moved to SD card.
- Double-click on Clrad.exe (it will not look like he did nothing, it is normal)
- Double-click Haret.exe. Done! (To return to Windows Mobile, just do a soft reset by pressing the little red button under the battery cover). Wait to restart Android, it may take up to 5 minutes.
Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that altering your phone’s software can void your warranty and/or render your phone unusable, so do so at your own risk.